The Oyo State branch of the Miyetti Allah association has called for the removal and dethronement of the state leader of the Fulani community, the Seriki Fulani, Alhaji Saliu Kadiri.The group, in a message sent to the Alaafin of Oyo, stated that the allegations leveled against the Fulani leader on the basis of kidnapping and other crimes were negatively affecting the image of the Fulani ethnic group in the state thus the need to remove him immediately.
Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has released a public statement regarding the decision made by 17 Southern Governors.He made the statement while speaking with news reporters on Arise Television.Akeredolu stated that the President has to accept the decision made by the southern governors due to the level of crisis in the country.
Akeredolu Reconstructs Ondo & Edo Link Road The 2.615km Araromi highway in lfon, headquarters of Ose council area of Ondo state linking the state and Edo state will be ready for commissioning in the next two weeks.Successive administration in the state has neglected the highway for over a decade which used to be the chosen route of motorists and residents transiting the state to the South-South and South-East states.
Mixed Reactions As Gov. Akeredolu Mandates The Singing Of Oduduwa Anthem At Secondary Schools' Functions
Mixed reactions have trail the mandate given by the Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu that all public secondary schools in the state are to be reciting the Oduduwa Anthem in their functions.Credit: Saharareporters This was revealed in a circular dated May 6 that was sent to teachers in the state government.
On Tuesday, May 11, the governors of the seventeen southern states met in Delta state to ban open grazing and call on President Muhammadu Buhari to address Nigerians about the security problems.Rotimi Akeredolu, chairman of the Southern Governors Forum and governor of Ondo State, read the meeting's communique.
The governor of Ondo State and Chairman of the Southern Governor's Forum, Rotimi Akeredolu has made clarifications as to the reason the the forum placed a ban on open grazing by herdsmen.This happened at a meeting of the Southern governors in Asaba on Wednesday.While speaking during an interview on Channels Television's Sunrise Daily programme, Akeredolu said the decision to ban open grazing was not a new one.
Earlier today, the 17 governors from the southern part of the country arrived Asaba, the Delta state capital for the meeting of the Southern Niegian governors forum.The Southern Nigeria Governors Forum is the combined association for all the governors in the South-West, South-South, and South-East geo-political zones of Nigeria The aim of the meeting was to discuss the rising insecurity in the region and to find a way out.
Governor Akeredolu's aide has responded towards the allegations made towards him, where he denied ever slapping a pregnant woman.According to the senior special assistant to the Governor of Ondo state, Doyin Odebowale, he noted that the woman was only struggling with a policeman for his gun, and that he never slapped her.
Recall that the Southern State Governors have placed a ban on open grazing by herdsmen across all the Southern States in Nigeria.However, the Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu who happens to be the Chairman of the Southern Governors’ Forum, explained on Wednesday, why the forum placed a ban on open grazing.
A group of seventeen (17) southern Governor, representing the interest of the southern states of Nigeria, met in Asaba, Delta state capital to discuss issues on insecurity and possibly proffer solution, to the lingering crisis between herders and Local communities.The meeting was richly attended as the chairman of southern Governor , Mr Rotimi Akeredolu, was there live.
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Akeredolu Orders Residents To Submit Guns To Police Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has called on Ondo residents to turn in illegal weapons in their possession and threatened to sanction any traditional ruler in the state who cannot contain the activities of cultists in their domain.Mr Akeredolu gave the warning in a statewide broadcast in Akure on Thursday night.
From the look of things, it seems Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu is determined to make true his threat of evicting all Northern aliens occupying the state's forest reserves, especially those of Fulani origin.Just a few days after the government deported 42 suspected northern invaders, who were intercepted and arrested by operatives of the Ondo State Security outfit, Amotekun, more illegal occupants of the state's forest reserves have been nabbed and evicted.
Chairman of the Southern Governor’s Forum, Rotimi Akeredolu, has explained why the group placed a ban on open grazing of cows into and within the region.He said, "We felt that … this open grazing must stop.It is causing a lot of problems particularly between the herders and the farmers.
News Headlines in Nigeria this evening.Southern governors ban open grazing The Governors of Southern States of the country on Tuesday, announced their resolution to ban open grazing and movement of cattle by foot across the region as part of measures to checkmate incursion of armed herders and banditry.
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Youths set ablaze truck as two die in Ondo auto crash.The Punch reported that two persons had died in an road incident that occurred along High Court Road in Akure, the Ondo State which involved okada and a faulty truck.The source reveals that an eyewitness said it was raining that the okada man could not see that truck that was parked before they rammed in to it.
The executive governor of Ondo State and the chairman of the Southwest Governor's Forum, Rotimi Akeredolu has said that Nigeria is better as one.Governor Akeredolu urged Nigerians to pray for our nation to live in peace.He made this statement through his secretary, Richard Olatunde in Akure.
Ondo panel raised N800m to fight COVID-19 –Akeredolu The Ondo State Governor, Mr Rotimi Akeredolu, on Friday said the state’s COVID-19 Response Fund Committee raised N800m to fight the disease in the state.The governor commended the committee for carrying out its assignment diligently.He said a newly inaugurated molecular biology laboratory was built from the money raised by the committee.
The Executive Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu has urged Nigerians turn to God in the wake of the continuous insecurity crisis in the country.Governor Akeredolu who is the Chairman of the Southwest Governors' Forum urged Nigerians to pray to God to allow peace to reign in Nigeria.
Ondo state security agency popularly known as Amotekun has explained reasons for the eviction of 42 Fulani men who invaded one of the rural part of Okitipupa local council area of the state last week Thursday.The illegal invaders who came in through a trailer were reported to have been dump in front of the Okitipupa Army Barracks at the earliest hour of the day.
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